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ONLY FOUND ON THE
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" STERLING "
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
f Benzine, Axles,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which we offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Stroets.
S. W. IXDERER,
Vr-rrl nnni V
B3a- Sold Choap
" Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furnituro
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Has juot received direct
from London a stuck of the
famous F. H. Ayre'e Lnwn
Tonuifl Backets, 'used at the
English, Irish, Scotch and
Welah Champioutihip meut
ings. An inspection is soli
cited. Always on hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Tiiropatch
Guitars. Ukuleles, Hawaiian
Shoot Mubi'o, liawuiiau i'lio
toRranlii'o Viows, Land mid
Boa HIiuIIh, lluwaiiun Fans in
proat variety, GurioB,ota, etc.,
JJooks, Btationory and ollico
Prices Ivay3 Igltf
Corner King and Nun
- iiwr'i4' - t'ivr A,ll
for C:tsh a
1 1 r n i ! L
Received per . . .Australia
Tlie following list of Fresh Goods:
Klchrannd Straight Cut, In quarter
All There, Etc., Etc.
Also, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
FOK SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
ir. j. nolti:.
DR. Q. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ittwlilt-nro; i'.ii I'uikIiImiwI J!lm-t.
Jlouiidi a lo Sand 7 c. n. Tub, WW.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
i.ini:h doriu urorn kn route
Tuidi'i Ontwarfl Nert-Hann tim
Arrl Item alherea'Aluat;tUor
-Vlkln Claara for Ban Vraiialaao.
Busy day on Fort street wharf.
It's now tho "Hawaiian" S 8
Tho schooner Vikinc has clear
ed for Sau Francisco in ballast.
The1 U 8 8 Monadnook, com-
mauder Whiting, is in San Fran
Tho steamer Ctaudiuo is jamniod
full of pasoengors for Maui this
Tho John S Walker's and W
Porter Boyd's roturu from Maui
Tho bark It P Bithot is loadinc
sugar at Oceanio dock and expects
to sail tomorrow.
The schooner Norma will take
supplies to the contractors along
tho O 11 & Jj extension.
Tho liner Ohina arrived in San
Francisco G days and 6 hours
from this port, July 25.
Tomorrow, high tirlp largo 8:15
am;high tidesmall 7:45 p m; low
tido large 1:03 a m: low tidesmall
2:55 p in.
The ship Helen Brewer jettison
ed some 800 cases of potroleura
whilo ashore in Formosa channel,
beiug en route from Now York to
Tho steamer Mauna Loa arrived
from Koua and Eau this aftor
noon with a big lot of freight and
Tho bark J 0 Glado arrived in
New York July 5, thence from
Kahului having encountered se
vere storms off Gape May and
The Oriental liner Doric, com
mander Smith, docked at tho Mail
wharf about five o'clock yesterday
afternoon, six days from San
Irancisco with fourteen pas
sengers and a small freight. Sho
left at noon today for Yoko
hama. The brig CodbuoIo sailed for
Mahukona from San Franoisco,
July 20, with an assorted cargo.
Among the leading shipments
were the following: 150 bbls
Hour, 7 pkgs groceries and pro
visions, 100 kegs nails, 1450 lbs
bread, GC.233 lbs barley, 26,908
lbs bran, 5005 lbs middliugs, 5
gals wine, 3G bales hay, 19 pkgs
From San Francisco, por stmr
O&0S8 Dorio, Aug 20 M
Pepper, Mrs O M Popper and
child, W N Armstrong, F O Lo
Blond, Mrs F O Lo Blond, O P
Iaukea. O Du Roi, O T Bewail,
W A Kinney, Mrs W A Kinney,
Mrs Paul Isenberg, Dr K N Hoyt,
II W Earlo. Through passongors:
Francis Slausky, J Masurol, P,
Caribsiuo, Victor Marbh, M Dob
roeRPau, Baron S Von Koboyaka
wa, Pak Yong Kim, Capt F W
Grimm, Mjbs Luella Miner, Basil
Hlynornky, Mrs Hlynorsky,
Buron Von Teichmanu, Aubrey
Fair, Pryer L Markel, H W Hall,
Miss Lizzie Orr, James Arthur.
Fioiu Hawaii, per sitnr Mauua
Loo, Aug 3 Hon W It Castlo, A
F Swaing, Mrs A F Swaiug, Mrs
E S Meads, Miss H S Billing-.
Minn L Cowels, W J Kane, W
Henuing, Dr A McWayno, F It
Lemort'chken, W H Covell, W
Mutch, wife and children, L A
Ghoy, wiio uml chiiuieu, Olto
Meyer, Judge A W Carter, J F
Brown, Geo J Campbell, Minn
Mott-Smith, Mrs M F Campbell,
MrH T LauK, Miss O Lantr, Mrs E
It Heudiy, Mrs Silva, MIhs Htil
len Willis, S Smith, and 91 deck
I', SHUNOEItB DEl'AKTUD.
For Oaliu, per Btmr Kaala, Auc
For Maui, per stmr Mikahala,
Aug 3 A and V Louissou and 1
For Ohina and Japan, per stmr
O &, O S S Doric, Aug 3-G Pal
lit., ltev D X' Birnic, Mr aud Mrs
Larz Andersen, Miss Eliu Oarl
sou, M Wuatgato, II 1 Stillniau,
E 8 Momer, T Matsuoka, ltev
and Mih Hydu, Everett Warner,
For Maui and Hawaii, pur stmr
Glauiliuo, Aug 3 Dr Molvibhin,
MiHHt) M Gearhart, Miss J ltobiu
hod, .Mth II E Cooke, JMisn Flora
Abbey, Miss Lewa lokia, 0 W
AUOUBT 3, 1807.
llaldwin, J IC .Saunders, Lieut A
Douse, J 11 NIhIiwIIx, wifo and
child, Miss E M Smith, Miss N E
Smith, Sam Kaanaano, Miss Lucy
Kaukau, Miss E Mossmau, Miss
E Da Iteis, ltev E M Hanuna. J
K Kalatna, Rot H Kihaia, Emily
Manuahi, Mrs Pa, Mm Pakala,
Mrs Knai, Miss Crook, Mrs Ham
bach, S J Salter, wife, nurse and
six children, W H Corn well Jr,
W It Castlo Jr, Mrs J W Kalua,
Wra Campbell, W D Wilcox, Miss
M Lloyd, Miss L Lloyd, Missos
Akana 2, Awana, Brothers
Miohaol, Richard and William, H
Giles and son, O Burgoyno.
() .te O S S Doric. Smith, from 8nn Fran
TUESDAY, AUK 3.
Stmr Mnmiii I.on, Slinerson, from Unwatl
Mondat, Aug 3.
dtmr Wnlalcalc, (Irvuory, for Kapaa.
'liiEsiiAY, Auk 3
O.tOSS Doric, timllli, lor China and
titrar Clnudinc, (Jarncroii, for porta on
Stmr V G Hall. Haiilund, for porta on
Stmr Kaala. Moahcr, for Kabuku and Pu-
Stmr James Makcc.Tullctt, for Hanalcl aud
mmr Kpfiiiliini. Thntntion. for Xawllhvllt
Stmr Mikahala, Tlinmpson, for Latialna,
JCukulli.ielu and llonokaa.
Ex otmr Manna I.oj 11,587 nam u(;nr,
31 liar's aua, HI Imga colkt. fil bK spuds
41 tidl hides. SO lieud rattle. liorsca, lii
OVEHEXD-WILLIAMS.-At Plianala, Ha
umitua, Hawaii, July 28, I8U7, by tlio
Iter. L Uyrdc, at the rejideuco ofthe
urldu'a father, Charles Williams, Eq.,
Harry S. Ovcrend and Mary Sylva Wil
liams. No cards.
MAKN'IN In Alameda, Slmson, heloTcd
liushaud of Thercse Maunln, and lather
ol Florence, Minna and J. MBgnln, a
nuthu of Holland, aj;cd 51) years 8 months
and " dajs.
Accnifc.vr o.v mi: uomv.
Ilnek Laborer Nearly Killed In the
"While the Dorio was taking on
co.il in San Francisco Michael
Dunn, u longshoreman on tho Pa
cific Mail dock, hud a narrow os
cape from iiwtiiut doth. Ho wiib
ongnged in tho work if discharging
coal from the bark RnfusE. Wood
into tho steamor when ono of tho
chutes bocumo choked Dunn
in in iicd on the mass of cnal in an
endeavor to forcu it down. While
ho wus thus engnged the men in
the shin's bunkers wero hard at
work shovi'lmg the coal awuy in
ordor to uloar the glut. Without
a momoiit's wuiiiing the eutuo
mass cotlnpsed nn'd Dunn went
down with it. When he reached
the hold of the ship the big muss
of coal which followed struck him
on the baso of tho skull, fractur
ing it and laying the scalp bare
for u space of about throe square
inches. Ho wus picked up iu an
unconscious condition, tho am
buluuco w.is sent for and ho was
taken to tho branch ltucoiving
Hospital on tho wntor frout.
Evervtlnni' oobsiblo wus done foi
him, but tho doctors think ho has
a very poor chance for his lifo.
De'Hi of Mlmon .M'KOlo.
In another coluuiu will be found
a notice of tho deuth of Simson
Maguin, an old Honolulu mor
chant.wbioh occurred in Alameda
nn July 25. Mr. Magnin camo to
Honolulu about oU years ago and
went to work for his uncle, whose
mime was Itheiuhardt, who had a
storo on Nuuanu street on tho
spot where the Lovejoy building
now stands. The uncle died soon
after and Magnin came into the
business. He accumulated consi
derable property but left tho
Islands a numbor of years ago.
.Among othor pioporty owned by
him in this city is the ground on
which the Anahor Saloon stands
and tho Wing Wo Tai promises.
Sam Decker of Modoiros it Decker
is a nephew of the deceased, who
leaves a wifo, two daughters and a
Whon you have a portrait on
larged boo that you got your
inonoy s worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to Sfi.OO, SO.fiO,
MM and 810.00 for work that
they guarautiio to bo liiutclaHH,
Thoy invito couipuriaou,
CURRENCY REFORM NEXT
TRXr OP I'MrHIIIENT MeKIN l.r.V'H
Urce llif Vrcnllnn of a (lammlialon
of WelMafirni4 Ken BeEard-
leaa af Parly.
Washington, D. O., July 24.
Fresidout McKinley sent tho fol
lowing message to Congress yes
t onlay: To the Congress of tho
United States: Iu my message
convening Congress in extraordi
nary session I callod attentiou to a
single subject that of providing
revenue adequate to meet tho
reasonablo and proper oxpcnsns
of tho Government. It seemed to
ho tho most pressing for settle
ment then. A bill to provide tho
noceesary revenues for the Gov
ernment has already passed the
House of Representatives and tho
Senate, and awaits exocutivo ac
tion. Another question of importance
is that of establishment of our
currency and banking system on a
better basis, which I commented
upon in my inaugural address in
the following words:
"Our financial systom needs a
revision; our money is all good,
but its valuo must not bo further
threatened. It should all bo put
upon an enduring basis, not sub
ject to easy attack. The form of
our paper money offers, in my
judgment, a constant embarrass
ment to the Government and im
perils a safe balance in tho
Nothing was settled more clear
ly at the late National election
than tho determination upon tho
part of the people to keep their
currenoy stablo in valuo and
equal to the most advanced na
tions of the world.
Tho soundness of our currenoy
is nowhere questioned. No loss
can occur to its holders. The
system should be simplified and
strengthened, keeping onr monoy
just as good as it is now, with
less expense to the Government
and the people
The seutimout of tho country is
strongly in favor of early action
by Congress in this direction, to
revise our currenoy laws and re
move them from partisan conten
tion. A notable assembly of
business men, with delegates
from twenty-nine States and Ter
ritories, was hold at Indianapolis
in January of this year. Tho
financial situation commauded
their earnest attention, and after a
two days' session the convention
recommended to Congress the
appointment of a monetary com
mission. 1 commend this report to tho
consideration of Congress. The
authors of the report recommend
a commission to make a thorough
investigation of the monetary
affairs and needs of this country
in all relations and aspects aud to
mako propor suggestions for any
evils found to exist and tho reme
dies therefor. This subject should
have been called to the attention
of Congress at the special session.
It ought not to be postponed till
the regular session.
I therefore urge and recom
mund that a special commission
bo created, non partisan iu its
character, to be composed of well-
informed citizens of uiuoront
parties, who will command the
confidence of Congress because
of their special fitness for tho
work, whose duty it shall bo to
mako rqcommeudatious of what
evor changes in our present bank
ing and currency lawB may be
found necessary and expedient,
and to report thoir conclusions on
or before tho first day of Novem
ber next, in order that tho same
may bo transmitted by me to
Congress for its consideration at
its lkdt regular Bosuion. It is to
be hoped that tho report will be
so comprehensive andaound as to
reoeivo the support of all parties
and tho favorable action of Con
gress. At all events, auoh a re
port cannot fail to be of value to
tho executive brunch of the Gov-
eminent, as well as to those
olmrged with public legislation,
and greatly assist in the establish
ment of un improved Hyfitm of
Executive Mansion, July 24, 1897.
Foil Hali: Lady's Biovoln,
Storling Special. Will soil it
ohuap. Apply Buck & Masou
217 Morohuut street.
)u limt "featly.nmili'"
you're in lira nhcnil
of a cheap tailor man.
Block ahead ot the
We know them both,
'cause turning now leaves
brought them to un.
Itmily to prove It to you
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. DelmePn LIiicm-Mpsu
UuderfVtar. Semi for Catalogue.
Wc Make Shirts to Order.
imintiiifliiTiiiji I'tiiilr V
HIWIWIUWHA) 1 (I
I will sell ut ptitillu Rale on Hlil
TEMUI3R 29, 1807, If not foouer ilia
im.Heil of at private Hulr, all of the
Buildings known as "Imk'iwiil.iiCO
Park I'uvlllou " If so ile-lred liy in
tendlug purchasers the lnri:o Dining
room may he sold tMiarat-ly fioin the
Main Uulldlng. aUd, ut tin- aaie
time anil plac 12 doz Foi lug Chairs,
TubleH, WashMati's, Water Pipes,
eto. TuriiiH: $loo oi utuioi, o.ish:
over $100, cuh or 00 d"y with snoif
appro vol nnlvK drawing percent" in
terest The utiove huiliilngx ami ma
teilals to he removed within 30 days
from date of eule. The prt-mines will
at all times he open for ln-peetlon.
057 1m J. N. WUIGHr.
Yee Sing Tie
Of all vlntld.
Fort Street, opp. Club Stables
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Beretania & l'nnchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kinds. j
Fine New Zealand Potatees
Always on Hand.
Sorghum Seed, Alfnlfn Seed,
Itook Salt, Eto , Etc.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, j
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, U. I.
Mrs. A, Sclimcflcii. Proprietress,
Rooms iSunuite ami Single, with
Board, from 5 50 per week, a-cordlng
to requirements uf the finals.
The only Itnof PromenmlM (lurden
In the city. MRS. SCJHMED13X,
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of
the John II Estate Limited. .hold July
22, 1897, the following ofuVers were
elected to verve until the next annual
President Henry Holmes
First Vine President.. ..J. A. Mil noon
Second Vice President. .IreuIl Brown
Treasurer and Manager. .0. A. Brown
Sourotury 8 M. llallou
B. M. BALLOU.
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young street, town sldo of
Thomas Square, New Houo of six
rooms, Including pnrlor, threo bed
roouuv, dluiiig-room mid kitchen, bath
and servant's room, sheds anil out
house. Iit 8;t feet front by 151 foot
deep, garden aud fruit bearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
promises, or to
4 ,r H.GOUMAN,
at M. B. (Irlnlmum it (jo.'s.
SuhHoribu for tho Kvknino Iloir
lktim 75 conto per m,mth.
irfrtal iiirt-. JafaMlaaaWaaia
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